SATURDAY DECEMBER 8, 1984 – SUNDAY JANUARY 6, 1985
Japanese-born sculptor Kazuko identified the wheel as an object of motion that bridges Eastern spiritualism and Western technology. For his exhibition at Storefront, Kazuko installed two 8-foot tall cardboard carriage wheels. Behind the wheel' spokes were wall paintings of a baby carriage, bicycles, and women with parasols. They together evoke the various stages of human development. In one corner were suspended scarves to evoke clouds. The wheels are a metaphor for a cyclical movement through time and space.
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